Loading...
Loading Live Scoring...
*All times CAT (GMT+2)

Football | Malawi

Silver close in on Malawi title



Big Bullets have a near impossible task of needing to beat Red Lions by a 10-goal margin this Saturday if they are to snatch the Malawi TNM Super League championship from overwhelming favourites Silver Strikers.

Bullets are second on 55 points with a game in hand against the Lions while Silver appear to have done enough to retain their fourth consecutive title after edging Kamuzu Barracks 1-0 on Sunday through Frank Banda's lone strike at Civo Stadium.

The win saw Silver garner 58 points with one game against Mighty Wanderers remaining. A draw or a win would be just enough for Silver.

For Bullets, who thumped Epac FC on Saturday with Gabadinho Mhango netting a brace, they must pray for either a 10-margin beating of the Lions and that Silver should lose to Wanderers.

Down the table, Escom United, Kabwafu United and Bvumbwe Research have been relegated and they will be replaced by three regional premier division champions.

On the individual top scorer’s race:

18 goals Vincent Chinthenga (Bvumbwe Research)

14 goals Rodrick Gonani (Silver Strikers) and Ishmael Thindwa (EPAC F.C)

13 goals Boniface Kaulesi (Red Lions)

12 goals Gabadini Mhango (Big Bullets), Oswald Mkagula (Mafco) and Brown Mizeyi & Sparrow Msowoya (Blantyre United)

11 goals Boniface Kaulesi (Red Lions)

10 goals Frank Banda (Silver Strikers)

8 goals Victor Mpinganjira, Divason Chilemba & Joseph Kamwendo (Mighty Wanderers), Divason Mlozi (Big Bullets), Innocent Bokosi (Blue Eagles), Manasseh Chiyesa (Escom United) and Muhammad Sulumba (Blantyre United)

7 goals Daniel Katunga (two while with Red Lions)(Civo United), Heston Munthali (Big Bullets), Charles Ngosi (Blue Eagles), Mabvuto Chipolopolo (Azam Tigers), Richard Mbulu (Mafco) and Ndaona Daisi (Silver Strikers)

6 goals Harvey Mkacha (Silver Strikers), Gastin Simkonda (Moyale), Mussah Manyenje (EPAC F.C), Dalitso Sailesi (four while with Blantyre United) (Big Bullets) and Moses Nankumba (Azam Tigers)

5 goals Tony Chitsulo & Ndaziona Chatsalira (Silver Strikers), Chimango Kaira (Big Bullets) and Welani Nyirenda (Civo United).

Shop

Rafa: My Story
Revelatory memoir from the greatest sportsman in the world today.
R202.00


Comments

More expert analysis and opinion from Sport24
The opinions expressed by Sport24 experts and bloggers are theirs alone, and do not necessarily represent those of SuperSport

Event Streaming

Channel Streaming

Other Live Streaming

Event Streaming

Channel Streaming

Sports Talk



Neil Tovey
Brockie - A striking example
Jeremy Brockie has only been in South Africa since January but has made a big impression.

Dr Errol Sweeney
Ref in red card 'blunder'
In my last blog for supersport.com I stated that video technology is, more than ever, required to...

Sunday Oliseh
EPL goes to war with non-Euro foreigners
What will the Barclays Premier League be without foreigners today? Uninteresting to say the least...

Carol Radull
LVG has arrived
I said it a few weeks ago, that once Man United found their footing, it would be impossible to stop...

Segun Odegbami
Football is full of failed coaches
I admit that I am looking for trouble writing today about coaches. I do not really like discussing...

John Dykes
Ups and downs for Mersey managers
My thoughts have increasingly turned to Merseyside of late as Social Media has been abuzz with talk...